Paine Campus shooting

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Richmond County Sheriff's Office deputies' cars and Georgia State Patrol officer's cars are parked at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A member of law enforcement searches campus with a K-9 unit at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Law enforcement put on kevlar vests before searching campus at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A Paine College flag is seen on Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A car is towed from the campus about 2.5 hours after Paine College campus was put on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A car is towed from the campus about 2.5 hours after Paine College campus was put on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Sgt. Shane McDaniel with Richmond County Sheriff's Office, speaks to the media as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Angelia Meadows speaks about a phone conversation she had with her brother, Allen Meadows, a senior at Paine College who was locked in a fourth floor classroom with five other people as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Sgt. Shane McDaniel with Richmond County Sheriff's Office, speaks to the media as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Sgt. Shane McDaniel with Richmond County Sheriff's Office, speaks to the media as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement search Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement redirect traffic off Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement speak at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement search Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A firetruck extends its ladder over a campus building as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement block off the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A Georgia State Patrol car sits at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement walk towards a gas station located at the corner of 15th Street and Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement stand at the corner of Oak Street and Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement search a car on Oak Street as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement stand at the corner of Oak Street and Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Members of law enforcement stand at the corner of Oak Street and Central Avenue as Paine College campus is on lockdown on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. Police continued to question witnesses and at least “one person of interest” Monday after the second shooting incident in two days on the Paine College campus. For the second time in less than 24 hours the private school campus was put on lockdown after a shooting sent one person to the hospital with what police called a nonlife-threatening wound. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Dr. George C. Bradley, president of Paine College, gives a prepared statement during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Brandon Brown, the senior vice president of Institutional Advancement at Paine College, (center) answers questions during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Brandon Brown, the senior vice president of Institutional Advancement at Paine College, (second from left) and Patrick Clayton, chief deputy of Richmond County Sheriff's Office, (third from right) answer questions during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Chief Deputy Patrick Clayton, of Richmond County Sheriff's Office, answers a question during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Brandon Brown, the senior vice president of Institutional Advancement at Paine College (left), answers a question with Patrick Clayton, chief deputy of Richmond County Sheriff's Office (right), listening during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Brandon Brown, the senior vice president of Institutional Advancement at Paine College (left), answers a question with Patrick Clayton, chief deputy of Richmond County Sheriff's Office (center), and Paine President Dr. George C. Bradley listening during a press conference about a shooting on the Paine College campus on Monday afternoon May 5, 2014. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF

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